• Weather station to benefit growers

    Date: 2019.07.19 | Category: 老域名 | Tags:

    Weather station to benefit growers Under the wheather: The West Midlands Group will establish a weather station and soil moisture probe before the next growing season.

    TweetFacebookTHE WEST Midlands Group (WMG) is one of fourteen grower groups selected to host an automatic weather station and soil moisture probe as part of a project to develop new technology to benefit the Western Australian (WA) grains industry.

    Real time weather information generated from the technology will benefit growers from the west midlands area.

    This information will empower growers with decision making tools to manage risks and boost the profitability of their grain production business.

    WMG will assist with providing direction on how to use this information more effectively.

    In total, more than 1,000 growers will be engaged in the project throughout the WA wheatbelt.

    The funding for the technology was made possible by the eConnected Grainbelt Royalties for Regions project, which is part of the Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture initiative led by the Department of Agriculture and Food WA.

    The weather station and soil moisture probe will be installed before the start of the 2016 growing season at the WMG main trial site at Brennan’s property on the corner of North West Rd and the Dandaragan Moora Rd.